Carrol Daily Times HeraldCarroll, IowaMonday, March 16, 1942
August Wiewel Funeral Rites Held Saturday i ! I ja are Oleson ( Funeral services for August! Wiewel, who died of a heart at-! pai tack early Thursday morning,| a P were conducted at 10 o'clock Sat urday morning at St. 7, Mary's j Church in Auburn, with the Rev. John McAuliffe reading the requiem requiem mass. Burial was in the parish cemetery. IFallbearers, who were six nephews, nephews, were Edwin J. Stamen of Scranton, Norbert Stork, Joe and Carl (Eruch, Urban Schapman and Paul Heires. Many relatives and friends from a distance were present at the J rites, including: Dr. Philomena I Wiewel and Albert Cummings, - Wells, Minn.; Mrs. Anna Wiewel, j Frank Wiewel, Mrs. Emmett Fitzi Fitzi gerald and Mr. and Mrs. Walter j Wiewel, Fonda; Mrs. Leo Duster, Cedar Rapids; August Seiler, Boone; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Henn, Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stamen and daughter, Alma, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scollon, Lohrville; Lohrville; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mc- CTue, Lanesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vonnahme and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bruch, Coon Rapids. There were also many relatives from Carroll and vicinity. Mr. Wiewel was born Feb. 25, 1871, in Wisconsin, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wiewel, who brought their family to the Mt. Carnel community when he was a small !xiy. April 19, 1898, he was married to Miss Louisa Bruch, daughter of the late Mr. Bruch of Carroll, years they made In er- of •he has! for' and Mrs. Sebastian For forty-one their home on their farm six miles north of Carroll, Carroll, where Mr. Wiewel's death occurred. Surviving Mr. Wiewel is his wife and one sister, Dr. Philomena Philomena Wiewel, of Wells, Minn. Two brothers and one sister preceded him in death. Mr. Wiewel was a member of St. Mary's Church of Auburn.